Heritage Club is beautiful. It’s on the site of an old plantation and is always in great shape.
Aberdeen used to be called Buck Creek. They changed the name a few years ago, I suspect so they could get repeat customers on golf trips who remember the old name.
I haven’t played Pines Lakes, but I hear it’s very nice. There must be a reason it’s almost 100 years old.
As a homeowner across the street, I play Glen Dornoch for free, so I’ve played it a lot. It has a great layout along the waterway, and it’s much tougher than it looks, even from the white tees. You won’t forget the last 4 holes.
I’d rate the courses 8, 3, ? And 8, respectively. It’s a pretty good draw this year for the glight.